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Gwenn R

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Bacchus is the God if wine and vegetation in the Roman mythology. He was assimilated to the Greek God of wine Dionysus. The birth of the god is a mystery. His father, Jupiter sewed him up in his thigh for four month because his mother Semele, the princess of Thebes, was burned to ashes. She was the first Jupiter mistress to ask him to appear in all his god majesty. The burn was caused by Jupiter lighting and thunder when he came before her.

Bacchus is the God if wine and vegetation in the Roman mythology. He was assimilated to the Greek God of wine Dionysus. The birth of the .

Papyrus of Ani: Theban Book of the Dead  c. 1250 BCE

The ancient Egyptian sky god Horus, depicted as a falcon crowned with a solar disc in the Papyrus of Ani, a Theban book of the dead, 1250 BC; the goddesses Nepthys and Isis are shown worshipping him, and are identifiable by their headdresses.

Star map. Ink rubbing of a stele at the Confucian Temple, Suzhou, Jiangsu province. Southern Song dynasty, Chunyou reign, dated 1247

Taoism and the Arts of China - Star Chart Ink rubbing of a stele at the Confucian Temple, Suzhou, Jiangsu province Southern Song dynasty, Chunyou reign, dated 1247